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A crack in the Earth’s crust is called
a) fold
b) lithosphere
c) epicenter
d) fault

Bending of rock as plate boundaries meet is known as a
a) fault
b) lava
c) fold
d) magma

The point on the surface of the Earth above the focus of an earthquake.
a) focus
b) epicenter
c) fault
d) seismic wave

From the top of the mantle to the crust. Where earthquakes occur.
a) inner core
b) mantle
c) lithosphere
d) hydrosphere

The part of the seismogram used to determine the epicenter of an earthquake
a) p-surface wave interval
b) none of the above
c) s-surface wave interval
d) s-p interval

The idea that the Earth has many sections which move is known as
a) plate tectonics
b) continental drift
c) epicenter
d) pangaea

Melted rock beneath the earth is called
a) lava
b) magma
c) fold
d) fault

Magma that has reached the surface of the Earth is called
a) magma
b) fault
c) lava
d) fold

Super continent that is believed to existed millions of years ago is known as
a) ring of fire
b) richter scale
c) lithosphere
d) pangaea

Region in the Pacific where plates are so active that many earthquakes and volcanoes occur is called
a) Ring of fire
b) Plate tectonics
c) Magma
d) Pangaea

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